Corvette 2014 model will is said to make its formal debut on January 13 on the eve of the 2013 North American International Auto Show, according to Rueters on Thursday. The unveiling date also marks the anniversary of the Corvette's debut in January 1953.
For six decades, Chevrolet will reveal it's seventh generation all-new 2014 Corvette as still the American sports car. Part of the new image Chevrolet has redesigned the Corvette's familiar crossed-flags emblem as you can see the 2014 Corvette logo photo above.
Commonly known by few as C7, the new Corvette features a radically restyled exterior, upscale interior, lighter chassis, and a more efficient engine and transmission.
The sports car enthusiasts will have to wait on June 30 next year as new C7 Corvettes is expected to roll off the line in Bowling Green according to source.
Since 1953, GM has built and sold more than 1.5 million Corvettes, although in recent years the annual sales have declined due to growing competition from Europe and Asia, higher vehicle prices, rising fuel and insurance costs, and the sogging economy. But Corvette has still fiercely loyal owner fan base.
How much is 2014 Corvette? Prices, is still due to be announced next summer, are expected to range from just under $55,000 for the base model to nearly $120,000 for the top-of-the-line Corvette ZR1.
For those who want to buy the current model for collection, Chevrolet said dealers will continue to take orders until December this year.